Q: How many four digits numbers can be made with 1 4 5 9 without repetition?

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The four digits can be used to produce infinitely many different numbers if repetition is permitted. Without repetition, there are 24 possible numbers. A lot more can be produced if the numbers are combined using binary oprations, fore example, 19 * 8/4 = 19*2 = 38.

It is 415968.

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This is permutations with repetition. The answer is 4^4 = 256 total permutations. Since 2 of the digits used are odd (and 2 are even), then half of the possibilities will be odd: 128 odd numbers.

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The four digits can be used to produce infinitely many different numbers if repetition is permitted. Without repetition, there are 24 possible numbers. A lot more can be produced if the numbers are combined using binary oprations, fore example, 19 * 8/4 = 19*2 = 38.

It is 415968.

5040

7432

There are 4 ways to chose the first digit. Then because there is to be no repetition, there are 3 ways to choose the second. This means that there are 4 x 3 ways of setting down the first two digits 12 _ _ 13 _ _ 14 _ _ 21 _ _ 23 _ _ 24 _ _ 31 _ _ 32 _ _ 34 _ _ 41 _ _ 42 _ _ 43 _ _ .... now you can take it from there.

This is permutations with repetition. The answer is 4^4 = 256 total permutations. Since 2 of the digits used are odd (and 2 are even), then half of the possibilities will be odd: 128 odd numbers.

1234, 2637, 7777, 2727 are examples of a four digit number. So any random four numbers are four digits.

None.

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4 x 3 x 2 ie 24

you take the four digits and multiply 4 by 4 you get 16 digits